1I work for the federal government and we employees get screened randomly… what will the results of my screening be if I have this in my system?
Although Industrial Hemp can legally contain up to .3% THC, your employer or clinic may have a zero tolerance policy. First, look at the cannabinoid profile of the product you are using. Some hemp products have no detectable levels of THC, while some have as much as .3%.
Unfortunately, even if a product contains zero THC, we cannot guarantee that you would pass a drug test while taking CBD products. Most drug tests are testing for THC and its metabolites only. However, there are drug tests in use that are sensitive enough to detect any and all cannabinoids, including CBD. Many corporations, the U.S. military, and American state and federal governments typically use these more stringent tests - in addition to pain clinics. We encourage consumers to be mindful of their employer’s or clinic’s drug testing policies if they have concerns about using any cannabis product..
2Are Herbal Inhalers the same thing as "e-cigs"?
No. We are often asked if our Herbal Inhalers are e-cigarettes or a vaporizers. E-cigs contain nicotine. Br-eeze, by holistic magnified Herbal inhalers use vaporizer technology to deliver all-natural essential oils, terpenes and herbal blends in therapeutic combinations. Our inhalers have ZERO nicotine and tobacco, GMOs, and artificial ingredients. Breathe our therapeutic blends into your mouth, pause, and exhale through your nose. As plant fragrances pass through your olfactory system they can "inspire" relaxation or other effects, depending on the blend.
3What is the Endo-Cannabinoid System?
The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is part of the human body and can be found in many animals as well. It is made up of a series of receptors configured to react to cannabinoids present in cannabis plants. The ECS regulates many bodily processes.
It was the study of cannabis that first led researchers to learning about the body’s endocannabinoid system. In fact, the endocannabinoid system was named because of the cannabis plant. The endocannabinoids that make up the endocannabinoid system are located throughout the human body. They are a collection of cell receptors and molecules. They exist in the brain, organs, connective tissues, immune cells, and the body’s glands. For more information, click here.